Sound Physicians - Butte, Montana
At 5,484 feet, Butte is the “other” Mile High City. During its mining heyday in the early 1900s, Butte’s population swelled to nearly 100K. Now, with a population of 34K people, Butte celebrates both its historical mining past as well as its current growth in a variety of fields, including high tech, engineering, health care, education and cultural arts.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains and bordered by the Continental Divide to the east, Butte became a melting pot of ethnic diversity as immigrants came to mine gold, silver and especially copper.
Today, Butte is home to one of the largest National Historic Landmark Districts in the United States. Butte has 4,500 buildings listed as national historic sites or buildings. Butte’s surrounding mountains offer a variety of year-round outdoor activities including hiking, camping, skiing, snowmobiling, hunting, horseback riding, and fishing. There is easy airport access with direct flights daily to and from Salt Lake City.